Sequim Daily Photo
Views of Sequim, the Olympic Peninsula. . .and beyond
This is NOT good! It frightens me just looking at it.
And he thinks that he loves his dog! Let’s chain HIM up like that.
oh no, poor little guy!
Many, many years ago, I would spend my summers with my grandparents. My grandfather worked for an oil company and I was able to go to work with him. Part of his job was checking on oil wells that were being drilled on privately owned property. One rancher would pull up to the drilling site in his truck with his dog literally riding on the roof of the truck. Fortunately he only allowed this while they were on the property and never on a road of any kind. As a child, and even now, I saw nothing wrong with the dog being on the roof. But allowing this dog to ride like this on a public road? Not good at all.
I don’t know what’s worse — seeing a dog or dogs chained in the back of a truck like this, or ones that aren’t even chained. I see both and it almost turns my stomach.
whoops… poor dog….
and at first i thought it was a bear! 🙂
Not a good choice… people just don’t think sometimes.
The poor dog is obviously scared with its tail between its legs, choke collar and all.
I’d sent the photo to a local paper.
I’d send the photo to a local paper.
Yes, Shannon, please send the photo to a local paper ! That’s the best idea I have heard (from Steffe). I once mentioned to someone parked at the post office who was transporting his dog in the back of his pick-up that it was dangerous (here in Phoenix) and was told to mind my own business. Maybe some public humiliation might make a difference to this person. If you send the photo, there’s a chance it will make a difference. If you don’t, there’s NO chance.
looks like that green bumper sticker got it right!
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